Race Day Info
Here is everything you need to know to prepare to run your best in the Lake Placid Marathon & Half Marathon!
Athlete Check-in and Registration
Are deferrals allowed?
We do not offer deferrals or transfers.
When and where is packet pickup?
Saturday, June 8, 2024 from 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. Packet pickup this year will be located at the Olympic Oval. All athletes must present Photo I.D. in order to pick up his/her Race Bib, Timing Device, and Athlete Bag. Drivers License, Student I.D. or any other type of picture identification is accepted.
What if I missed online registration?
If available, you can still register on Saturday during packet pick-up.
Where can I park? Are any roads closed?
You’re allowed to park in any legal spot.
Race Day -Start time is 8 a.m.
Same spots as Saturday. You’re allowed to park in any legal spot.
Athlete Care/First Aid
Please read the letter from our Medical Director for smart racing and a healthy event experience. If you don’t feel well- please stop at an aid station or tell any staff member on course. Safety is our #1 concern for you!
We will have all of our fully stocked aid stations as usual. Please use these stations and enjoy them. Water will be available at the first stop on Mirror Lake Dr. and then the rest will have gels, energy bars, fruit, water, ice, chips, pretzels, etc. Please try to hold your trash and just deposit it at the aid stations to keep our beautiful town clean!
Will be available at athlete check in, but can also be found here. Please review so you know where you are going. Half marathoners will turn around ONCE on River Rd, Full marathoners will turn at a different spot further out on River Rd 2 times. We will have signs and crew to help you.
Where can I track my athlete or find my results?
Tracking and results can be found here.
Smile and thank our awesome volunteers out there and at the start/finish. They love it when they can help you achieve your goals!
Finish Line and After Race
After the race, pick up your medal, stop at the finisher food tent for pizza, bagels, fruit, subs, etc. Make sure you grab – some cold water. Congrats!
Awards will be given out post-race near the finish line. Top 5 overall in each race and top 3 in each age group.
After the race, we encourage you to mingle with other participants and explore our beautiful town! Stop in at Dancing Bears for a bite to eat or if you’re thirsty, head over to the Lake Placid Pub & Brewery for your very own LP 26.2 Ale.